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|Lake Level Rise
WhosPlayin News 2015/4/17 6:20
|Rains this week have raised the level of Lewisville Lake over a foot so far.|
|Rotary Day - 3/16/2015
WhosPlayin News 2015/3/21 19:32
|At the City Council meeting on Monday, March 16th, Mayor Dean Ueckert proclaimed the day as Lewisville Rotary Day - celebrating Lewisville Noon Rotary and Lewisville Morning Rotary, which were established in Lewisville in 1962 and 1995 respectively. Rotary International has 34,000 clubs and 1.2 million members in 220 countries. Established in 1905, it is celebrating its 110th birthday.|
As you can see from the membership represented, they are a who's who of the community.
Rotarians support many local charitable and community service projects, including Student of the Month Recognition, blood drives, Holiday Flag Distribution Programs, Flag Retirement Ceremonies, scholarship contributions, Backpacks for Back-to-School, LHS and HHS 4-Way Test Speech Contests, LHS and HHS Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Household Hazardous Waste Collection, CCA Food Pantry Support, Dictionaries for Lewisville ISD 3rd Graders, the STEM Initiative at Central ES, Central ES Adopt-a-School, Interact Programs at Lewisville HS and Hebron HS, the Western Days Car Show, the Bunny Breakfast and Breakfast with Santa and many others over the years.
|Fox Ave. Bridge Demolition
WhosPlayin News 2015/3/21 19:24
|Officers Nitro and Hernandez
WhosPlayin News 2015/3/4 8:26
|Lewisville Police Officer Micheal Hernandez was in City Hall Monday night to introduce the new police dog "Nitro" to the City Council and guests.|
You can learn more about Nitro in this NBC5 report.
|Sledding by the Highway
WhosPlayin News 2015/2/28 12:42
|A handful of young folks were taking the opportunity Friday afternoon to sled down the icy embankment of the Fox Avenue bridge over I-35E. These two hopped in a kiddie pool.|
WhosPlayin News 2015/2/22 1:23
|As part of the Texas Tunes Series at the MCL Grand Theater, The Waymores played a concert Saturday night. |
Learn more about The Waymores at http://www.waymores.net/
|Misspelled Sign in Lewisville
WhosPlayin Get a load of this... 2015/1/29 19:19
|The sign on the side of this Lewisville gas station (corner of Old Orchard and Main St.) in Lewisville was a little scrambled. "WE APP YOUR BRECIATE USINESS" should have said "We appreciate your business," but was installed with the panels out of order.|
H/T to Beckey B., Photo by LTJ.
|Sunrise over Lake Park Golf Course
WhosPlayin Lewisville 2015/1/29 19:13
|January 20, 2015 sunrise was beautiful.|
Photo by Stacy Hughes
|MLK Day Vigil Against Violence
WhosPlayin News 2015/1/25 10:33
|On Martin Luther King Day, 2015, Lewisville citizens came together on the front steps of Lewisville City Hall to join together in prayer for our city, that we could see a kinder city with less violence this year. |
The Lewisville Texan Journal was happy to organize the vigil in cooperation with Embrace Faith Ministries, and the help of Relevant Life Church, Simply BADD Ministries, The Lewisville Police Department, Real World Ministries, Lewisville Mayor Pro Tem TJ Gilmore, Denton County Commissioner Bobbie Mitchell, and musicians Terry Bloss, Hannah Lee, and Kera Lee.
Photographer Nick Weaver was there and got a few shots.
To see the rest of his photos, check out our full album on Facebook.
|Firefighters Extract Driver from Wreck
WhosPlayin News 2015/1/25 10:20
|Saturday afternoon, around 3:30 p.m., a driver who was having diabetic issues was being pursued by Flower Mound police, who thought he might be intoxicated. The driver drifted into the curb and flipped his car into the grass.|
Flower Mound firefighters and EMS personnel were quick to respond to the scene, and extracted the driver from the car, which was upright, but very smashed.
A firefighter crawled into the passenger seat with the victim to attend to him, while other firefighters put a tarp over them to protect them from glass. The firemen cut out the windshield and used hydraulic spreaders and cutters to remove the driver door, and cut the front pillars to peel back the roof. They then carefully secured the man to a backboard and extracted him from the car, taking him to a waiting gurney.
The accident happened on F.M. 2499, just about 1,000 feet north of Presbyterian hospital.
Dawn Cobb of The Cross Timbers Gazette has more...
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